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"mornings on 2" starts right now. well, good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> good morning. i'm tori campbell. it's wednesday, september 26th. in overnight news, hundreds of pot plants are seized. police say it took several hours to remove all of the evidence from the business on charter park drive. janine de la vega has been following the story since 4:30 and has more. >> reporter: we're in an industrial area of san jose. on one side of me is a technology company and on the other side is a car parts business but right here in the middle, you can say it says "online furniture" you can see marijuana plants. you can see paraphernalia left behind by police.
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here is a temperature gauge, a fertilizer something used to feed. plant plants. police got a call last night and -- used to fet the plants. police got a call last night. >> when officers got here, they found marijuana plants every where. and they are fully matured about 6 feet tall. about 250 of them with light systems and all kinds of other indicators that it was an indoor grow. >> police say this is a significant bust they say the street value is between $200,000, $250,000. they say this furniture appeared to be a front for a furniture store. we also went to the website
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>> people right down the street in drug houses. >> no one was hurt. store clerks are tallying up how much cash was stolen. one is in custody after a reported carjacking incident in milpitas. ktvu cameras caught the suspects being arrested yesterday afternoon. police say a suspect, graves, stole a car. they say he was arrested and found with a backpack that contained a loaded gun. in just about an hour from now, iran's president, mahmoud ahmadinejad, will address the united nations general assembly in new york. but israel doesn't like the timing of today's speech. coming up for you at 7:15, we'll tell you why. you'll also hear what iran's president is saying about new threats from the united states. back here at home, a new mosque will be built in santa
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clara county. county approval has been given to build the cordova center. the approval process has been controversial. look at this. although many support it, others say the plan to build a cemetery at that site could contaminate ground water. county supervisors say the center has passed every requirement. beginning march 1st, rvs will be banned from parking overnight in parts of san francisco. yesterday, the board of supervisors passed the ban on the vehicles, saying it was to help people get out of rvs and into temporary housing. but homeless advocates say this could force more people onto the streets. a complete list approved will be banned by the tsa and will likely include parts of the sunset and bayview district.
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tesla's score says he's working on a -- tesla's ceo says he's working on a rail, a people-moving tube that he calls a hyperloop. he says it would cost $6 billion and tickets bo -- tickets would be cheaper than airfare. time now, 7:05. sal is gonna take us to a ride at the toll plaza. >> that's right. we're looking at it, dave. we're going right there. a lot people are trying to get into san francisco at this point. not too bad. what you don't want to see is when you look at this picture, you don't want to see cars that are not moving at all. sometimes we do see that. right now it's very normal. once you get onto the bridge,
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it's about a ten-minute drive into looking at 80 westbound, t traffic is busier. we're also looking at the hayward commune, hayward, union city and fremont. traffic is getting busier by the minute. the dumbarton bridge not looking all that bad as you drive into san francisco. there's the runway with delta taking off on. there will be fog delays -- taking off on the runway. there will be fog delays. you will see the air delays -- in fact, if you are expecting someone call the airlines and make sure they are not late. 7:07. let's go to steve. sal, thank you, sir. well, a lot of fog out there. i mean for september. usually this time of year temperatures start to warm up. the coast and the city.
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it's not happened. it's been a cool, cool pattern. there are signs that maybe this weekend that could turn around a little bit. we've been stuck for the longest time. morning fog, sunny. temperatures very similar to yesterday. about the same tomorrow. it looks like temperature also start to warm up inland. maybe we can sweep that fog away with a north-northeast wind. the official high this year should be 70 degrees. 62 -- i mean, every day, 62, 63, 64. i mean, it's been a tall order to get that fog out of there. fog is being helped along. a little low off the coast will continue to spin right there. there's really not a lot of heat in the valley. temperatures are about average. 50, san rafael. also for santa rosa, fog, also, some of that low fog deck. tom, our observer in blossom
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hill, 56. the little low here, the high is supposed to build in there and that would give us a north- northeast wind by friday. today, we have to deal with a lot of fog. that westerly breeze is in place. temperatures will be in the 60s, 70s, 80s to upper 80s. clearlake ukiah it takes a cool front to cool them off. walnut creek, 82. pleasanton, 84. walnut creek, brentwood, 87. 78, san jose -- san jose, which is 2 below average. look as santa cruz. santa cruz, 68. they have been hard-pressed to get out of the 60s. 50s, 6s on the -- 60s on the coast. a little warmer maybe as we head towards friday. if everything continues to come in as it is saying, it will be warmer for the coast. >> thank you, steve.
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7:09. developing news this morning. some sad news from the music world. andy williams has died. ♪ >> the crooner is known for numerous songs, including "moon moon river." he died in his home in branson, missouri following a year battle with bladder cancer. president reagan called him a national treasure. he was 84. in about 90 minutes a safety school meeting will begin where a 9-year-old girl was kidnapped from a campus bathroom and molested. coming up at 7:30, we got a live report from there and the plans to keep the kids safe. also a 10-year-old girl was found after being kidnapped and
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sexually assaulted on her way to school. authorities are searching for the man who grabbed her tuesday, put her in the truck, drove 30 miles, tied up her wrist and assaulted hemp. another motorist found her walking along the road and called police. the investigation continues into a terrifying shootout during the end of the commute on interstate 580 in castro valley. you can see bullet holes in this car. somebody in a passing car opened fire around 7:0 last night. the driver and -- 7:30 last night. the driver and passenger left the car on the side of the freeway last night and ran off. the driver of the other car got away. there are no reports of injuries or reports. the chp shut down two miles of westbound 580 for 90 minutes. causing a backup for ten miles while officers searched for evidence. the antioch police department is getting some help. the contra costa times reports at least six community officers
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will be hired to handle things like booking, fingerprinting and transporting prisoners to jail. the city council approved the funds. still questions about san francisco's new graffiti cleanup program even though it seems to be working. a private company took over graffiti removal services last year. they say they cleaned up more than 33,000 graffiti works of art so far. however, some city officials say they are skeptical because of the actual cost of the cleanup program is almost $170,000 higher than originally predicted. now, supporters say the higher costs are offset by the graffiti-removing materials the city does not have to pay for. the pipeline disaster that happened two years ago in san bruno, the state has opened a new hearing on it.
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regulators accuse pg&e of violating regulations when it first installed the gas line in 1976. now, pg&e says there was nothing reasonable that it could have done to prevent that tragedy. pg&e possibly faces millions of dollars in fines. it it's 7:12. happening right now in the streets of athens. tens of thousands are marching. what they are protesting and its impact on the global economy. now the giants' decision to make about melky cabrera. will he be on the roster for the playoffs? only at denny's. open all night.
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7:15. republican presidential candidate, mitt romney claims president obama has not come clean with details about that deadly u.s. embassy attack in libya. >> i think they want to do their very best from keeping the people in america from understanding exactly what happened. >> now, paul ryan also questioned whether the white house officials are on the same page. the administration has called the libya violence a terrorist attack but yesterday president obama used different terms to describe what happened. >> we're still doing an investigation. there's no doubt that the kind of weapons that were used that -- the ongoing assault, that it wasn't just a mob action. >> now, a white house security adviser is denouncing a coverup and are investigating exactly what happened to make sure diplomats are safe. israel is not happy that iran's president is speaking to the u.n. general assembly on
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one of israel's most holiest days, yom kippur. some say they will walk out during mahmoud ahmadinejad's speech. alison burns is live from washington, d.c. with how the president is responding to new threats from the united states. >> reporter: tori, mahmoud ahmadinejad seems to be dismissing all of these warnings about iran's nuclear program. this will be his fine at speech to the united nations as he winds down his terms. the iranian president is calling for a new world order to replace what he calls the era of bullying to the u.s. iran has become a central focus in the u.s. presidential race this week with mitt romney demanding stronger response to iran's defyiance a -- defiance. >> treating the diplomats of iran like the pariah they are. >> reporter: president obama used his u.n. speech to warn
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iran time is running out to resolve disputes about its nuclear plant. >> let me be sheer -- america wants to resolve this issue through diplomacy. and we believe there's still time and space to do so. but that time is not unlimited. >> reporter: the u.s. has warned mahmoud ahmadinejad to tone down the inflammatory language he's u.s.s.ed in the past when he makes his speech this morning -- he's used in the past when he makes his speech this morning. back to you. a controversial ad at new york subway stations is causing quite a stir. the ad supports israel and ums the defeat of jihad. the ads were put up -- urges the defeat of jihad. the ads were put up and the court ruled it's free speech. >> we want our officials to make clear that the city of new york does not endorse this hate
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group. >> there are ten ads throughout the city. a couple of the ads were vandalized hours after they went up. tens of thousands of people in greece are taking part in a mass strike. they are protesting further spending cuts and tax increases. there have been demonstrations throughout the morning on the streets of athens. the government recently agreed to $15 billion in cuts as a way to deal with the european debt crisis. today amarch is shutting down schools and business businesses an hospitals are -- and businesses and hospitals are operating on an emergency- basis. 700 jobs in livermore and morgan hill will be lost after they close their comcast facilities here. they are moving to denver,
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seattle and portland. >> i just think it's unexpected an really -- that they did this right -- and really terrible that they did this before the holidays. we have families and we did all of these training courses. >> comcast says they can relocate or find other jobs within the company and if they choose not to, they will get a severance package. you will be able to enjoy the state parks for at least another two years. governor brown signed legislation that protects all 238 state parks at least through july 2014. the bill designates $30 million to fund the marks and make improvements. this comes in the wake of a
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parks department scandal earlier this year. authorities discovered $54 million that the state parks system kept hidden while asking cone donors for contributions to keep 70 marks from closing. a new jersey lawmaker wants to ban the nfl replacement referees from new jersey. steve sweeney says he will introduce a bill to prevent those refs from calling any pro sports events in new jersey. he's really angry about the final play monday night in the seahawks/packers game. at first the refs made two different calls on that game- deciding final play. the 49ers are playing the jets in new jersey this sunday. an i-care provider in wisconsin wants to help the referees who made that game deciding call. he wants to help them see more clearly. he's offering free lasik
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surgery for those replacement refs who officiated the game. he said those officials obviously had some vision problems. so he wants to help out. back here at home, the san francisco giants say there are no plans to include melky cabrera on their postseason roster. he was suspended for 50 games, as you know, after that positive drug test on august 15th. now, he could be eligible to rejoin the giants during the national league championship series if the giants get that far. cabrera will be a free agent at the end of this season. all right. 7:22. it's been cool along the coast and folks there are asking if they will ever see the september warmup. up next, steve paulson will have the answer. and flames of san francisco recordkeeping and the mistake that's angering some. vo: for years, sacramento politicians have chopped away funds for our schools.
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minority groups say they are outraged that the san francisco police computers erroneously categorized all asians as chinese. the department released arrest totals at least dating back to ten years and crimes committed by asian groups were mostly classified as chinese. this morning a jury is expected to hear police tapes of a san francisco crime lab technician admitting this she stole small amounts of cocaine the if convicted, she faces a federal charge that carry as possible prison sentence of four years. she's accused of stealing cocaine from the police crime
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lab in 2009. the scandal forced hundreds of criminal cases to be dismissed. new this morning, the people of san francisco will soon be able to ride around the city in a new way. this morning, at 10:00, san francisco mayor ed lee will announce a new deal with a scooter company. yep. san francisco will be the home of the world's first network of shared electric scooters. now, at first, there will be about 50 of the scooters. scooter rides will cost about $5 an hour or $10 round trip. 7:26. are things going okay, sal? >> it's pretty typical which means it is slow out there. traffic getting into san francisco is going to be slow if you are driving into the city watch for slow traffic on
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the bridge. you will see a backup. you can see the road sensors are corresponding to that picture. northbound 101 is slow slow. there are air delays expected at san francisco international airport because of the overcast. these are live pictures. you can see our photographer standing right near runway 1. they will be delayed by as much as an hour because of the overcast. let's go to steve. thank you, sir. there is a lot of fog out there. my goodeness -- goodness. temperaturings are sold out. it's stuck. we always get some sun out there. some of the higher clouds have
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thinned out. bev in san ramon says it is overcast. it will be on the sunnier sign later -- side later on. a couple of lows spinning out there. high pressure is expected to start to build up into oregon. it won't be today but it looks like it might start late thursday into friday the as long as the low is out there until we get a north-northeast wind, the coast and bay have to deal with the fog. slight cooldown. no big changes thursday. there are signs it will be warmer inland. everything continues to come in -- if everything continues to come in as the models say, it will be warmer for all. 7:28. well, thieves steal dozens of laptop computers from facebook's old palo alto campus. the connection that police say the suspect had 20 facebook and
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its former -- had to facebook and its former headquarters.
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class begins at parkside elementary. security has been increased following the kidnapping and molestation of a student. ktvu's alex savidge is at the school to explain how educators plan to prevent future attacks. good morning, ail length. >> reporter: good morning. even though police have arrested a man in connection with this oncampus kidnapping. a lot of parents are still very worried. that's why san mateo police and the -- that's why san mateo police will be holding a meeting to talk about the criminal investigation and how the school is stepping up security. the assistant superintendent, i talked with her a couple of minutes ago she said right now the school is working to put locks on that lead to the campus. police say a 9-year-old girl on friday was kidnapped by a stranger from a school bathroom. she managed to escape. prosecutors have filed charges
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against a 25-year-old man from san francisco, bradley mosak. investigators say he groped her, put his hand over her mouth and carried her off campus. she fought back and got away. the district will consider security changes and it's possible parents could have more limited access to the school. >> this is the community. this is the neighborhood school. parents -- parents walk to school and now we'll be asking them to visit in the sidewalk and the parking lot and the doors will remain locked. they will be abe to come on campus to get their children, just a few minutes to get -- before the bell rings. >> reporter: fry's kidnapping happened right as school was letting out -- friday's kidnapping happened right as school was letting out on friday. the suspect went to two other
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schools and was harassing other students as well. parents will be gathering here for the safety meet at parkside school. back to you. >> thank you, alex. 7:33. a lawsuit filed by a walnut creek woman accuses of morago school district of turning a blind eye to sexual abus. she said she was sexually a -- abuse. she said she was sexually abused back in the '90s. she accuses a former principal, vice principal and superintendent of ignoring claims of sexual abuse and notifying the police. she said the school's failure allowed more to be abused.
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this is a bittersweet day for the victim's family members. they told me they are expecting this teen driver to plead guilty in this his hearing today and even be taken into custody. but people may recall, he's not being charged as an adult in this case. pack in april, the 17-year-old driver was speeding along treat boulevard when he lost control and hit a father and his two daughters riding their bikes on the sidewalk. last month prosecutors charged the teen driver with vehicular manslaughter. he's still 17 so we're not naming him. now prosecutors say a guilty plea could mean the driver is lock under until he's 21. family members of the victims have made it a point to appear of a -- lock under until he's
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21. family members of the victims have made it a point to show up for every hearing. we expect today to be no different. the family is filing a lawsuit but they may be limited in that because the driver had no insurance. we'll be here when the hearing happens an bring you the latest. back to you. >> thank you. two men from sunnyvale are under arrest accused of stealing 49 laptops from facebook's old headquarters in palo alto. brandon smileen is a security guard who used to work at the palo alto campus. he was arrested monday morning along with 21-year-old travis calhoun. police say a security guard notified them after he saw the two men carrying the laptops out of the building. officers pulled the suspect thes over a short time later and recovered all of the -- suspected over a short time later and recovered all of the
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items. items. authorities think one man has robbed at least two -- authorities think one man has robbed at least two banks. take a look at these pictures. this is the suspect at u.s. bank on lincoln avenue in san jose and at the u.s. bank in sunnyvale. investigators say he walked into the banks, demanded money and then ran away with the stolen cash. you see the pictures if you have any information, call san jose police. also, investigators believe that same man may have robbed the chase bank in los gatos. authorities say a white man in his 30s wearing a brown beanie white shirt and dark shorts, escaped with an undisclosed amount of cash. witnesses saw the suspect get into a gold colored '90s sedan and drive away. local law enforcement officials are working with the fbi trying to solve this case. well, right now, a computer
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hacker's group is attacking the u.s. bank website. we just tried to access the site. it's not loading. yesterday, that same group targeted wells fargo's website. now, the bank says the group slowed down their service but customer information, they say, was not compromised. last week that same group disrupted service on the bank of america and chase websites. these hackers say these attacks will continue until a video that they say insults the prophet muhammad is removed from the internet. 7:37. in election news, mitt romney is making his pitch to voters in the battle ground state of ohio today as he tries to boost his poll numbers. >> he said he can't change washington from the inside, only from the outside. well, we're gonna give him that chance to be on. outside on november 6th. romney was referring to comments made by president obama at a univision forum last
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week. he also said his policies would do more to help middle-class families than the president's. he has two more stops in ohio today. and president obama will be campaigning in ohio this morning. he's expected to arrive in bowling green in with about one hour e will deliver remarks at bowling green state university. he will also be courting young voters at kent state university. there is a new poll showing president obama widening his lead over mitt romney. according to the poll in ohio, president obama leads mitt romney 53% to 4%. this is -- 43%. in florida, 53% of likely voters favor president obama while 44% favor mitt romney. in pennsylvania, president obama leads 54% to 42%. now, coming closer to home, in another case, a woman who is challenging dianne feinstein for her california u.s. senate seat is working hard to get her
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name out there. coming up for you at 7:46. what elizabeth emkin what she wants voters to know about her and why you won't see a debate between her and senator feinstein. we want to check in with sal and see what's happening on the roads. what's 880 looking like? >> not that great. it is very slow trying to get up into downtown oakland. we've been checking with the chp. we've had some minor things. there is a crash here. it looks like it's no injuries. however, they are in the lanes there. they are trying to move them out. so no one is injured but the traffic, i guess, you could say is hurting here. out to the toll plaza, we go and the bay bridge is backed up for a 20, 25 minute delay and no major problems driving into the city. you will be waiting for a bit.
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we also have slow traffic in san jose especially on 280. but we also have slow traffic on 85 all the way to cupertino. a lot of people going to mountain view and sunnyvale. 7:40. let's go to steve. well, we're out at sfo. the weather has gone to the birds for some. 53-minute delays. they've been dealing with the hoff fog lately, sfo, the city and the airport -- fog lately, sfo, the city and then the airport. don't see much of a change tomorrow. friday, there are signs high pressure will build in and the
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coast may get in on this if we can get enough of a breeze. we haven't had it yet. 50s and 60s. one low moving into the rockies producing snowp that's a slow mover. this is tapped into -- snow. that's a slow mover. this is tapped into high pressure. you get the high, the low. today, the fog and then sun, cooler for some. coastal clearing. looks to be on top. above average temperatures if everything continues to come in as our forecast models say they are. some are more bullish than others. one forecast model has the following weekend ushering in rain. i'm getting ahead of myself.
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60s and 70s. a couple of upper 80s. st. helena, 84. kentfield at 75. petaluma, 74. 82 danville. livermore was 89. we'll go 86. concord, pleasant hill. that's not bad. 67 alameda. cool, cool. 78 in santa clara. there's slightly below. a lot of low clouds down there. there is that 68 in santa cruz. 72 san mateo. mountain view, los altos, palo alto atherton in there. i don't see much of a change on thursday. it does look warmer inland on friday. we'll see if that carries to the coast by the week. 7:43. building on success. consumers are spending big bucks on home improvement. but there is a big change in where they are shopping. and j.k. rowlings returning to writing.
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it's a mixed open on wall street as investors are keeping an eye on europe with protesters in athens and madrid. we learned home sales dipped slightly from july. but the median amount sold to nearly $257,000. right now on wall street, the dow is currently down 4. nasdaq is down 34. s&p also down 4. meanwhile, sales of home improvement items are going through the roof according to a new ibm study. home depot reported its highest quart terly earnings in five years.
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but moist sales are online according to the research. the report shows sales were up 30% in july and 26% in august. buying anything from paint to furniture outpaced back to school spending in september. 7:46. we have new details about the deaths today of two nato servicemembers in afghanistan. a report in the "l.a. times" says they were americans killed in a suicide attack in the eastern part of that country today. nato has not confirmed the nationallalities. back here at home, the san diego sheriff says he's cautiously optimistic about the recovery of two deputies hurt during a 15-minute shootout
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yesterday. an oakland city councilmember is under fire for disrespecting the police department. according to the -- according to the tribune, rebecca capland said the officers accused of misconduct are like abusive catholic priests -- catholic priests who get shuffled from parish to parish. capland said there were a lot of people talking then. it was someone else who said that.
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your car could soon be your own personal driver in just a few years. governor brown signed a bill into law yesterday, clear, the way for driverless cars to hit the road. the legislation allows testing of the cars on public roads with specially licensed drivers behind the wheel. it also paves the way for manufacturers to get permits to build and sell driverless cars. it will be a few years, though, before the cars are proven completely safe and reliable in traffic. a new jail planned for redwood city is still months away from being built. but critics are already protesting. [chanting] >> the board president says the
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county has no choice. they have to build this. >> there is a public safety issue. if people get arrest and convicted, someone has to house them and that's our role. but our role is also to make it humane. our facilities right now are really dilapidated. >> critics argue, though, the construction costs would be better spent on schools and preventive programs to keep people out of jail.
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j.k. rowling says she plans to return to writing for young people. her harry potter series made her the world's most successful living author. she repeatedlied -- repeatedly said she would not write another book about the young wizard. watch how this baby's mom getting him to calm down.
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>> look how cute he is. his mother, amy says this trick works every time. the video has over 400,000 views. he's screaming like mad. she puts down the phone and she plays the starbucks theme. a million visitors coming to the bay area. when we'll have a perfect storm of big events drawing big crowds at san francisco.
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an idaho fisherman
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discovered a human finger in the mouth of a fish. idaho police fingerprinted it. after running it through a database, they were able to locate the man who lost four of his fingers at that lake in a wake boarding accident. >> everyone asks me were you able to get the fingers back and put them back on. i'm like, no, they couldn't -- we couldn't find them. they are fish food. that's what i have told people. >> at first he said he didn't want the finger back but now he's talking to his doctor to see if it can be preserved. it's apparently well preserved because of the lake's
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temperatures. sal's telling us there is still -- the san francisco airport? >> we're starting there. >> the airport has delays because of the thick fog we've had this morning. every time there are delays. we will see some of that, i want to show you that these are the plains taking off. they will be conducting a water simulated drill. so when the water is outside of the bay you will see some
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activity. let's if out and take a look at the san mateo bridge. still a little bit of slow traffic heading out to the high rise. there are no major problems. if you are driving on 880 northbound. that's been cleared before the lanes. >> i just tweeted out sp weather. the visible satellite which shows -- what is it june? no, it's in september. temperatures today kind of held in check, not going anywhere by the coast. coast and bay, 60s, 70s. a little bit more sun than yesterday. threw a little humidity into the mix. we're waiting for high pressure to build in. one forecast model is not showing it. the other one is. again, until i see the whites of its eyes, i'm easing into this. 50s on the temperatures.
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where is the high pressure system? there is a little signature of it. fog, then sunny. a lot of going by the coast. so temperatures just held down, 50s, 60s. i mean, even santa cruz at 68. staying below 70. i mean, that tells you they are stuck. 70s around the bay. a few upper 80s inland. but really nothing -- no big changes compared to what we saw the last few days. still signs of a warmup. we'll go with it for now. but it is subject to change. 7:57. a gang of gunman robbed and terrorized a bay area supermarket. we'll get a live report about what is happening at this east bay safeway. police discover a large marijuana grow. we'll tell you the surprising place where they found it.
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good morning. welcome back to "mornings on 2." i'm tori campbell. >> i'm dave clark. it's wednesday, september 26th. in overnight news, a major pot bust in san jose where hundreds of marijuana plants
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were seized. it took police hours to confiscate the plants from a business on charter park drive. janine de la vega has more. >> reporter: there is a lot of technology companies around here. we found out that a lot of them thought this place was vacant. but just a couple of months ago, they say the tenant moved in. we're not sure how old the sticker is on the store. but police found hundreds of marijuana plants inside. just after 10:00 last night, police got a call from someone doing a maintenance check on the building off capital expressway. they discovered a large marijuana grow operation and called police. about ten officers responded an they found 250 mature marijuana
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plants some as tall as six feet. they found an elaborate lighting infiltration system. people who worked nearby said they barely saw anybody go in and out. >> shocking. it's been very quiet. you know, very routine. that's -- that's mind blowing. >> reporter: police say this is a significant bust because they confiscated 50 pounds of useable product. they say it's a -- has a street value up to $50,000. it -- up to $250,000. it looks like this is a front for a furniture store. we went to the website and i called the phone number and nobody answered. we're not sure if that's tenant
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in here or what's going on. but the narcotics unit will be following up. police in san leandro searching for the gunman who stunned safeway employees. police say they rushed the checkout lines around 9:00 last night stealing the cash and escaping. they were in and out within minutes. one man said that store is in a good neighbor but there is a bad element. well, ktvu's cameras caught the arrest of a man accused of
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a carjacking in milpitas. the suspect was taken into custody yesterday afternoon. police say he stole a car at gunpoint from the home depot parking lot. now, police found that car at an apartment complex. then they arrested graves when he tried to run from the building according to police. they say he was found with a backpack that contained a loaded gun. it is 8:03. a hearing is scheduled for 2:00 this afternoon for the morgan hill man charged with kidnapping and murdering sierra lamarr. he could enter a plea today. although sierra lamar's body has not been found, he was arrested in may. investigators say they have dna evidence linking him to the teenager who disappeared in march while on her way to school. while volunteers continue on saturdays, the wednesday searches stopped this -- this
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month. agents conducted a survey in an area along flood road in linden, east of stockton. mr.investigators are look -- investigators are looking for more victims in the shermantine murders. he's on death row. his partner in crime, herzog, committed suicide in prison. police found this car, it was riddled with bullets on the shoulder of 580 near castro little blast last night -- castro valley boulevard. the investigation shut down two miles of westbound 580 for about 09 minutes. the antioch police department is getting some help. they will be handling things like booking, fingerprinting
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and transporting prisoners to jail. the city council approved using money to pay their salaries. the city of san francisco dealing with the first humane case of the west nile virus in seven years. health officials say an unidentified man was hospitalized with the virus late last month. he has -- he has not traveled recently so it appears that he contracted that illness here in the bay area. just last week, a dead bird infected with the west nile virus was found near a san francisco city college. happening now, iranian president, mahmoud ahmadinejad is addressing the u.n. general assembly. we want to give you some live pictures right now from new york city where he's speaking from the podium. the president is accusing the u.s. of bullying an he's calling for a new order. mahmoud ahmadinejad tells the "associated press" that he sees the u.s. and others playing a small role with every country losing standing. he says the world is losing
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patience with the current state of affairs. we'll have more on his speech when we go live to the washington, d.c. bureau. after months of debate, a new mosque will be built in santa clara county. the county gave its approval off highway 101 in san mar teen. the approval process has been controversial. large crowds have attended hearings about the mosque. county supervisors say the cordova center has passed every requirement. 8:06. well, starting march 1st, in san francisco, rvs will not be allowed to park overnight in some san francisco neighborhoods. yesterday, the board of supervisors passed a ban on rvs saying their idea is to get people out of rvs and into temporary housing. homeless activists say this is gonna force a lot of people onto streets. a complete list of locations that will be banning overnight
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parking by rvs that will be released at a later date. well, san francisco to l.a. in just 30 minutes? tesla's ceo says he's working on a mass transit breakthrough that could give high-speed rail a run for its money. now, bloomberg business week is reporting that he's developed a people-moving tube he calls hyperlube. he says tickets would be cheaper than flying on a plane. he hopes to patent idea and possibly pitch it to california leaders. critics say it would be too expensive. it's 8:08. let's check in with sal. the traffic is not as bad as it was yesterday. you certainly will see slow traffic. also on 85, you will probably -- you are probably thinking to yourself, maybe i should use 85
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or 101. i don't know. i don't think there are much better alternates. they will just have to stick with it if you can take transit -- if you have the option to go later. this is a look at the commute on the dumbarton bridge. you notice how deep red the road sensors are. acordsing to the caltrans data, very slow from hayward, especially after highway 92 heading on down to fremont. we just mentioned the south bay. i want to look at the peninsula. 101 is not as bad. 280 is looking pretty good. we want to touch on the toll plaza. that's been a 15-minute to 20- minute delay before you get into san francisco. let's go to steve. sunshine for some. there is a lot of fog out there. a lot of fog, coast, bay. a few temperatures starting to warm up a little bit. i will tell you, things look to be stuck. it's not changing. it being the temperature. along the coast. it should be 70 degrees for
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this time of year. 62, the forecast high. stuck at 53 right now. not much warmer along the beaches. maybe this weekend. maybe. i say that because one of the updated forecasts came in and it doesn't warm anything up. inland temperatures will still be in the 80s. 50s, san rafael. they've been stuck there all morning long. san jose is at 53. a little bit of delta breeze. a little puff out there towards vacaville. they had a lot of fog and a low cloud deck. you might tap into some tropical moisture. things are building and giving us the north-northeast wind. coastal clouds slow to burn back. a few areas turn pushing the upper 80s. a lot of fog and then sunny. a little breezy at times from the golden gate san pablo bay
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out to the delta. 60s, 70s for most. a few push the upper os -- a few pushing the upper 80s. berkeley 68. oakland should be about 73 this time of year. slightly below there. livermore, 86. 87 out towards brentwood. san jose 7. should be 80. santa cruz is -- 78. should be 80. not much of a change through thursday. there are signs at least inland temperatures might warmup. but it remains to be scene if it will make it through the coast. san francisco's supervisor wants to encourage markets to carry more fresh food. chains to grocery stores is limited in hunter's point, the outer richmond and the tenter
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loin and plans to -- tenderloin and plans to introduce incentives. well, they say it's healthier but not as filling. ♪ >> some students and teachers in kansas posted this video on youtube. they are making fun of the nation's new healthier school lunch menu. they say it's not enough food. one student complained during one lunch last year, six chicken nuggets were served. this year, only three. for high school kids, the number of calories in food has dropped from 825 down to 750. supporters of healthier lunches say they are trying to fight childhood obesity. well, the nation's obesity epidemic may be a lot more than a national -- than just a national health problem. how it could also be a national security problem when it comes to the military. all right. a san jose cook is now fighting
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for his life. how his short break from work led to tragedy. vo: for years, sacramento politicians have chopped away funds for our schools. today, we're forty-seventh out of fifty in per-pupil funding. now these politicians say unless we send more tax dollars to sacramento, they'll cut education again. here's a new approach.
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a lot of fog on the coast. once that burns off, temperatures very close to yesterday. 60s, 70s. a few locations well inland pushing the upper 80s. 8:15. san jose police say a
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restaurant cook on a break out of the workplace became a victim outside of a 7/11 store. police say the cook was just taking a brief break when he was stabbed and brutally beaten. now, ktvu news spoke to police a little while ago. >> the police are still searching for suspects. >> we have several witnesses who came forward to help us with the investigation. we believe it's two hispanic males that left the area just before getting there -- us getting there. we will follow up and hopefully get them in custody. >> it's still not clear what led to thing. after an all-watch, san jose firefighters left the scene of a house fire about two hours ago. the fire was first reported in the garage of a home on minthurst court. craws remained on the scene all
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night over concerns the roof would collapse. we have new information about a story we first told but yesterday morning. the marin county district attorney's office now says it will not prosecute robert lockridge on poisoning charges. he was released from jail yesterday after the d.a. determined there was lack of -- there was a lack of evidence. the d.a. says this will explore other leads. the obesity epidemic here in america is not just a healthcare problem. it may not be a national security issue. there is a new study that says one in four in young adults are too overweight to join the military. renee marsh joining us live from washington, d.c. with -- rene marsh has more from washington, d.c. >> reporter: good morning, dave. according to this new study by mission readiness, this group
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is made up of retired military leaders. they say that as you said, one in four young adults in america, they are simply too overweight to go to the front lines. the study also says that obesity is making it harder to find recruits and that active duty members who are not physically fit are more prone to injuries. mission readiness says being overweight or obese is the medical reason why adults cannot join the military. the group estimates that the department of defense spends about $1 billion each year to care for overnight active duty members, their families as well as veterans. so the group looking at schools to solve the problem. they say schools serve out some $400 billion calorie us of junk food every single year. that's the -- that's the equivalent of $2 billion candy bars. they are hoping it will start
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in the school, where there's changes in the meals and snags and that will -- snacks and that will mean healthier adulls. they are saying the expanding waist line affecting national security according to the study. dave? >> thank you, rene. a lot of americans are looking for the fastest way to lose weight. this center for weight loss in novato advertises the lipo-tron that eliminates body fat. the fda says it's not safe. a state complaint has been filed against the center and the doctor because they say the device can cause burns and
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reported electric shocks to the patient. >> it is inexplicable that this remains on the market. >> people come to me because they know i will use the research. >> activists say if it sounds too grued to be true, it probably is -- if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. 8:19. palo alto voters will decide whether to allow pot clubs in their city. measure c is on the november 6th ballot. if approved up to three marijuana dispensaries could open for business. but they could not be near schools, libraries or rehab centers. however, it could set up in some of the more city's upscale shopping districts. and more marijuana growers seem to be moving away from public spaces. the bay sit sten -- the bay
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citizen reports police will probably seize 1 million plants. 6million fewer than in 2009. they say more marijuana is being grown on private property. san francisco city college may shut down two of its campuses as a way to cut their costs. the school has until march to come one a plan to reorganize finances and avoid losing accreditation. the board of trustees is expected to talk about closures during a meeting tomorrow. some bay area school district is doing something about a growing national -- national problem. oakland, redwood city, san rafael, keeping track of which students are chronically absent
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or miss 10% of school class days. that could make it difficult to learn reading, writing and math that they need in the first grade to be successful on. governor brown signed legislation yesterday that protects all 278 state parks until july 2014. the bill designates $30 million to fund the parks and make i profits -- improvements. authorities discovered $54 miami that the state parks system -- $54 million that the state parks system kept hidden while asking for money. a music legend died. there he is. saying goodbye to a man known as a national music treasure. good morning. highway 4, weekend, looks like
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let's check in with sal who says it's very slow in oakland. >> it is very slow. 880 northbound is very slow. not only is 880 northbound slow but so is 580. san francisco, also slow traffic there. this is the toll plaza. so trying to get into san francisco, a huge delay. there is a stall on the bridge and then 101 is a mess from candlestick, the scene of an earlier crash in the downtown. let's go to steve. >> well, we have a lot of fog out there. temperatures struggle to get out of the upper 50s, 60s for some. just not -- not a pattern where you could -- where would you say, boy, the end of september we're still dealing with fog. inland temperatures will stay about the same. low, mid-80s. a lot of 60s and 70s. dave? >> thank you. 8:27. pg&e at odds with the state of california. why the company says it is
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being made a scapegoat. there could finally be some justice for an east bay father and daughter killed in a crash.
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welcome back. in about 30 minutes from now, a teenage the driver accused of that fatal crash in concord that killed a father and his 9- year-old daughter, he's due back in court. ktvu's eric rasmussen is live outside of the contra costa
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county courthouse in martinez with more details. >> reporter: and dave, family members of the victims tell me they plan to be in the courtroom in the next 30 minutes to hear the teen driver in this case officially plead guilty to vehicular manslaughter charges. it's a big step forward in this family's effort to get some justice in the crash that killed a father and daughter. back in april, nuri was riding his bike along with his two daughters when police say a speeding cadillac suv on treat boulevard in concord lost control and crashed into the family on the sidewalk. nuri and his youngest daughter, 9-year-old odessa were killed. the 12-year-old survived. several months passed and police conducted -- conducted the investigation and finally recommended those vehicular homicide charges who was behinded -- who was behind the wheel. he originally pleaded not guilty but then his attorney said he would plead guilty and
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prosecutors said they had no choice but to charge him as a juvenile. now, prosecutors have said even with niece juvenile charges that this teen could be locked up in a juvenile facility until he turns 21. the victim's family says they expect him to be taken into custody at the end of the hearing. we will bring you -- we will be here to bring you whatever happens. back to you. 8:31. later on today, a former san francisco human rights commissioner is due to the arraigned on child pornography charges. 66-year-old larry brinken was arrested last weekend after police say they found graphic photos of children on his computer. >> he was first relatived on similar charges back in june. but at that time, prosecutors didn't file charges. they said they needed more time to investigate. it happening now, a -- a safety meeting happening at a
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school where a student was kidnapped and molested. alex savidge is live where you just talked to a parent attend egg the meeting. good morning, alex. >> reporter: good morning. parents are anxious. one mom i talked to a few minutes ago said she contemplated pulling her son south of school. she's attending the safety meeting. it just got underway. you can see some parents just beyond us here who will be attending that meeting. the superintendent and san mateo police will be caulking -- will be talking about this campus kidnapping. they will be happening about how the school will step up security. locks are peaking -- are being put on all of the gates. parents could also have more limited time in pickups and dropoffs. the attacker groped the girl, put his hand on her -- over her
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mouth and carried her campus. the district says this is a very unusual event. >> knowing how many people can be on campus, it's not that surprising. i think all of the san mateo schools are like that. >> i'm not that surprised. >> prosecutors have filed charges against a 25-year-old man from san francisco. he's the accused kidnapper and was arraigned yesterday on felony kidnapping charges. friday's event happened right as school was letting out in the you. that's why one of the idea will be to close the campus.
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back to you. a 10-year-old is found in fresno after getting kidnapped and sexually assaulting on her we school. fresno authorities are looking for the man who grabbed the girl tuesday morning, put her in his truck, bound her wrists, assaulted her and the attacker drove away. the motorist saw her walking and called police. a woman in walnut creek is suing the morago school district saying officials ignored sexual abuse. she said she was abused by two middle school teachers back in the 1990s. the contra costa times reports the lawsuit accuses the former principal, the vice principal
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and the school superintendent of ignoring claims of sexual abuse and not notifying police. pg&e says it is being made a scapegoat in the deadly san bruno pipeline explosion. the blast two years ago killed eight people and destroyed 38 holes. the state has begun a new hearing, regulators accuse pg&e of violating regulations when it -- when it first installed the pipeline.
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pg&e potentially faces millions of dollars in fines. 8:36. two men now recovering after being shot in san jose in what's be -- in what is believed to be a gang-related shooting. it happened in the area of poco way and sunset avenue in east san jose. police rushed to where gunshots were heard and then a short time later two men admitted themselves to the hospital with nonlife-threatening would you. so far no suspects have been arrested. a federal judge handed down an eight-year prison sentence in the corruption case against a former police officer turned private investigator. christopher butler seen in this video wearing that suit is one of several current and former law enforcement officers involved in the corruption scandal in contra costa county. in may, he pleaded guilty to seven charges including conspiracy to sell drugs, robbery and extortion. 8:37. sal's been telling us about the slow spots on the road.
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>> there was a stall on the bay bridge. this kind of sends traffic shock waves through the area, if you will. this morning's commute on the bridge itself is actually okay once you make it onto that span. let's move along and take a look at san francisco. very slow traffic, especially on 101. but also on 280 getting down to king street. this morning's 208 freeway m san jose is also stop and go -- in san jose is also stop and go. 8:38. let's go to steve. >> well, a lot of fog out there. some inland areas, what fog? it is already sunny. not much of a change on any of these temperatures. a few locations, especially out
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towards antioch. mainly 50s an they haven't moved -- and they haven't moved these for many. a little easterly breeze. not much to grab ahold of yet. a little low spinning out here. tapping into a little bit of tropical clouds. it looks like it wants to barm up -- wants to warm up by friday. we'll take it day to day. today 60s, 70s. coast and bay. a lot of fog, breezy at times. 60s around the bay or 70s and then inland temperatures, they will get some upper 80s to near 90. you have to be far away from any fog influence. 77 napa, mona, novato --
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sonoma, novato. livermore, 86, down 3 from yesterday. oakland, 70. 67 alameda. morgan hill, gilroy, 84. santa clara, 78 and then a lot of 70s, low to mid on the peninsula, including menlo park at 7 a. mountain view, 77 -- 75. mountain view at 77. 50 the abs50s and 60s. tori and dave? >> all right. we know it is september but there's snow in parts of colorado. areas have 3 inches of snow. today is supposed to be the coldest day of the week. they are saying a warmup is expected there by the weekend. 20 minutes now before 9:00. a new jersey law make wants to ban the ban the replacement therapies from the state of new
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jersey. steve sony plans to inrope dues legislation -- sweeney plans to introduce legislation that would ban these officials from calling the games. 49ers are playing the jets in new jersey this sunday. a wisconsin eye care provider is making a generous offer for the replacement workers. he's offering free lasik surgery to the refs. he said the officials obviously had some vision problems. so he wanteds to help. san francisco giants say they are -- there are no plans to include melky cabrera's name in their postseason roster. he was sus -- suspended after a positive testosterone test. he would be able to join the
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team during the national league if they advance that far. of course they will. 8:41. 49 laptop computers stolen from the old facebook headquarters. how police say the thieves really knew their way around the old campus. and the reason the republicans are accusing the ama administration of a coverup in the deadly attack in libya.
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a mixed report on the housing market along with unrest in europe is pulling stocks lower. the silver line, it is bringing oil down, almost 2.5%, to $9.18 a barrel. the dow, a live look at the big board. the nasdaq is down 25. subpoena is down 5. some visual evidence of that unrest in europe as violence breaks out in greece.
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protesters are seen hurling foyer bombs at police. -- firebombs at police. today's began with a piece fall -- today began with a peaceful strike. time now 8:45. well, the president of iran is still speaking in new york before the united assembly. israel is not happy about the timing because today is one of the holiest days for israel, yom kippur, alley sop burns is live in our washington, d.c. bureau with more on what the president is saying. >> mahmoud ahmadinejad is calling for a new world order to replace what he calls the domination of a few countries. now, some of the delegations from around the world including the u.s. and israel boycotted mudd maid 'speech, he did not
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-- mahmoud ahmadinejad's speech. he said problems afflicting the world are to be blamed on governments influenced by the devil, not people. >> translator: i do not believe that muslims, christians, jews, hindus, bow difficults and others have any problems among themselves -- buddhists and others have any problems among themselves. >> back to knew mitt romney claims that president obama has not come clean with details about the deadly u.s. embassy attack in libya. >> i think they want to do their very best to keep the people of america from finding out exactly what happened. >> and ryan questioned whether the white house officials are
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on the same page. yesterday president obama used different terms to describe what happened. >> we're still doing an investigation. there's no doubt that the kind of weapons that were used that -- the ongoing assault, that it wasn't just a mob action. >> a white house security adviser denies allegation of a coverup and says they are investigating exactly what happened to make sure that diplomats are safe. 8:47. let's bring you up to date on some of the other top stories we're following for you right now. in san mateo, police, parents, educators are meeting at parkside elementary. it's a safety and security meeting after a 9-year-old girl was taken from a school and molested. the suspect, 25 years old, is being held without bail.
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he is facing charges of kidnapping and molestation. police in san leandro searching for the five gunmen who robbed a safeway on bancroft avenue last night. they ordered shoppers on the floor, stole cash, and ran away. police describe them as african- american men in their early 20s wave -- wearing bandanas to hide their face. i just spoke to the tenants next door there from this facility and they said they were smelling a strong odor. they thought a rodent died. and the condensation that was building up here.
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apparently when police came here, they found hundreds of plants growing inside. down here at the door, you can see the paraphernalia left over inside. you can see the some fertilizer called bud blood and a temperature gauge found inside. last night at 10:15, police say someone wassing do aing minute -- was doing a maintenance check. officers responded and found 250 large marijuana plants. some as tall as 6 feet. they also found a lighting infiltration system. a neighboring tenant said he didn't suspect anything. >> i'm very surprised. i'm flabbergasted. i didn't expect that to happen next door to the business. >> did he ever see anybody there? >> i don't see anybody there. occasionally i see a car parked in the parking lot, just one car. but that's about it. i don't see anybody going in
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and out. >> police say this is a significant bust because they confiscated 50 pounds of useable product which has a street value of 50,000 to 250,000. we went to the website and it lists a mailing address that's different from this location on charter park drive right off capitol expressway. i was called the phone number and nobody answers. it just goes to a voice mail. reporting live from may, janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. two men from sunnyvale are accused of stealing laptops from facebook's old headquarters. police say -- police say 20- year-old brandon simon is a security guard who used to work at the campus. he was arrested monday morning along with 21-year-old travis calhoun. police say a security guard saw the two men carrying those
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computers out of the building. police arrested them a short time later and they recovered the items later. facebook moved their headquarters but any still keep equipment equipment at their old facilities. the oakland tribune says rebecca kaplan accuse accuse -- accused police officers you -- accused police officers accused of misconduct as catholic priests getting shuffled from parish to parish. show was overheard but she says there were a lot of people talking and someone else made that comment. in election news, a new "new york times" poll shows that president obama is widening his lead over mitt
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romney. in ohio, he leads romney 53% to 43%. in florida, 53% of voters favor president obama while 44% favor romney. and in pakistan, 5 -- and in pennsylvania, 54% to 53%. how bad do you need coffee? for some, that first cup of coffee is crucial. food preparation and service workers are topping the list of those who say they need that caffeine buzz. they are followed on the list by scientists, sales representatives, marketing and pr workers and nurses. what about the tv anchors? morning news, yeah, we need them quite as much as they do. well, the halloween costumes are ready and a lot of them are going to the dogs. according to the national right tale federation, spending on --
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retail federation spending on the dogs will hit a record $370 for costumes. that's up 20% from last year. people who work in the costume industry say people who dress up their dogs for halloween is very popular and often are those who don't have children. and sal is coming back. one american check on your morning commute. he will also tell you if delays in san jose are getting any better. thought was impossible: you made good-for-you, gluten-free cereals in a whole bunch of yummy flavors. cinnamon chex and honey nut chex are two of our favorites. when my husband rob found the chocolate one, we were in cereal heaven. the only problem is, with so many great flavors you're making it very hard to choose. so thanks. from your fans, the mcgregor family. 'cause we love chex. [ male announcer ] love chex? connect with us on facebook.
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new this morning, the people of san francisco will soon be able to ride around the city in a new way. this morning at 10:00, san francisco ed lee will announce a new deal with a scooter company. san francisco will be the home of the world's -- will be the home of the first network of shared scooters. at first there will be 50  scooters, rides will cost $5 an officer hour and $10 for round- trip commutes. sal is back. what's happening on 280? you are watching -- >> yeah, dave an tori. it's very slow -- and tori. it's very slow. it's improving a little bit at least. it is still slow. san francisco, northbound 101, that traffic is improving, it's still kind of slow as you come up towards the 80 split.
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at the bay bridge -- at the bay bridge toll plaza, it's backed up to the maze. let's go to steve. a lot of fog out there. it's june gloom. 50s, 60s by the beaches. 60s, 70s. there are signs, hints that maybe even this weekend that the -- that the coast could get some sunshine. it's pacifica's fog fest. >> and of course, there's no fog [laughter] >> maybe this will be the one weekend. >> wouldn't that be something? that's our report for this morning. we'll see you the next time news breaks. >> be sure to join us for the latest on the san francisco cook who was taking a break from work and was beaten outside. oñ
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